Midweek Mini Movies 136

by Dave Anderson 10

Here we go again at the halfway point towards the weekend. It’s Wednesday which must mean Midweek Mini Movies!

This week’s offerings include South African singlespeeds, Zane Caldera, pump tracks, prepping for winter and Projekt Roam in summer desert loveliness. Moto madness, Harry mania, skate and probably the wierdest bike you’ll see this year.

Grab a brew and get on it.

Zane Caldera 2012 / 2013

Filmed these clips mostly right at the end of 2012, and a few today to finish it off! Kinda bummed i didn’t get any street/peg clips but ah well, saves some clips for the next edit!

Jake Hood- Winter?

Jake Hood making the most of a sunny day in February on his Orange Blood- no winter mud on this trail. Then heading into Transgression skatepark in Edinburgh. A film by Calum Darling.


Was it a dream? Was it a folk-tale? Did these protagonists come here to fight on old battlegrounds or did they come in celebration? Perhaps they just looking for a journey, a chance to travel back to the start, to rediscover their love for the bike.
Inspired by TS Eliot’s Little Gidding, this short film tells the story of the 2012 Single Speed World Champs held in Africa for the first time. A film by Sinamatella Productions

DMR Pump Track Challenge, London Bike Show 2013

Everyone loves a bit of pump track action. A film by Family Creative


Monster Energy rider Harry Main throwing it down in this brand new 2013 web video.
Filmed and edited by Matty Lambert.

‘MTB Top Tips’ Winter Riding Equipment

A look at the equipment you should think about carrying while out riding mountainbikes in winter conditions. A film by Campbell Coaching

PROJEKT ROAM: Chasing Gravity-Episode 1

Colt and Jessee take off for their first leg of their journey around North America and begin the adventurous task of filming and documenting the continent’s vast network of gravity fed mountain bike riding locations for the Gravity Ride Guide. Winter weather leads the duo into the warmer climate of the Southwest where they meet new friends and leave tracks across many of the trails in the heart of urban Phoenix, AZ, rustic Sedona, AZ, the unique terrain of Moab,UT, and the razor sharp rocks of Boulder City Nevada’s, Bootleg Canyon.

David Gonzalez Possessed to Skate

Congratulations to David Gonzalez as the Skater Of The Year 2012. The Colombians are proud of their representation


Filmed in a military service airplane graveyard in Tucson, Arizona this short film showcases Robbie’s legendary freestyle motocross skills. From Step-ups to airborne shipping containers to backflips over planes, AIR.CRAFT features never before seen stunts.

New pedal-free bicycle relies on running momentum

A new bicycle designed by German engineers does away with pedals and instead requires the rider to run or walk to generate speed.
Dubbed the “Fliz Bike,” it is actually based on the world’s first bicycle, the “Laufrad,” which also operated without pedals and was created by German inventor Karl Drais in 1817.

Thanks to everyone that sent in suggestions this week. If you’ve seen or made anything you reckon should be up here next time, the address is, as ever: newsdesk@singletrackworld.com.

And remember: Keep feeling fascination, yeah?

Comments (10)

  1. Watching Kunye, Im all set for SSUK in May!

  2. Fliz Bike – like a normal bike but with all the good bits removed

  3. I can’t help laughing at the flidbike -sorry… flizbike.

  4. Bushwacked, I hope you don’t realise where that term comes from. Best delete your comment I think.

  5. Robbie Madison, great vid. Up there with the Top Gear / Ken Block and Robbie’s Vegas Arc Du Triumph jump…

  6. HARRYMAINIA – freaking ace.

  7. Fliz Bike – So just a Dandy Horse made of carbon then. Any footage of him loosing his toes in the rear wheel?

  8. What a load of pretentious guff.
    They’re bikes,
    They have no gears,
    Get over yourselves

  9. Really enjoyed the Kunye video. I’m not a singlespeeder myself but it beats all the usual trail riding videos by miles. And I’ve been to the Drakensburg mountains – almost died on the drive and went fishing when I got there to get the ‘near death’ experience out of my system!

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